Master of Arts in Practical Theology
Lead and serve others in your unique calling.
Faith communities are in need of ethical religious educators who honor the past, are curious about the present and have a creative vision for the future. The Practical Theology degree prepares you to thrive in these roles.
The successor to the Master of Arts in Christian Education, the 48-credit-hour MAPT will equip you to provide expert leadership for the formation and transformation of those you serve.
Talk with an admissions counselor about MTSO and the MAPT degree. Email or call 800-333-6876.
As an MAPT student, you are required to choose or develop an area of specialization.
MAPT Degree Requirements
MAPT Course Scheduling
Ecology and Justice
Parish and Community Ministry
Youth and Young Adult Ministry
Self-Designed Specialization: Created in conjunction with your Faculty Advisor and faculty members with expertise in the area of specialization